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Exam 2 Study Guide (1)

Exam 2 Study Guide (1) - Intro to Criminal Justice Exam 2...

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Intro to Criminal Justice Exam 2 Study Guide: Chapters 5, 6, 7, 8, 1st half of 9) Exclusionary rule Court cases to know: Weeks v. US, Mapp v. Ohio, Chimel v. California, Massachusetts v. Sheppard, Harris v. US, Terry v. Ohio, Escobedo v. Illinois, Miranda v. Arizona, Florida v. JL Probable cause v. reasonable suspicion Fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine Anticipatory warrants Exigent circumstances searches (emergency searchers) Fleeting-target exceptions Searches of watercraft and motorhomes Electronic Communications Privacy Act and the three areas of communication it deals with US Patriot Act of 2001: What is it? What does it mean? What are the ramifications of this act? Know the different levels of police corruption Police corruption: know the two key components in the definition Knapp Commission: what is their purpose? Rampart Scandal in Los Angeles Police Department CRASH Unit Drug testing of police employees—what suggestions does the Model Drug Testing Policy suggest?
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  • Spring '08
  • CLEMENT
  • Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Miranda v. Arizona, state trial courts, indeterminate sentencing, fundamental sentencing principles, non-professional courtroom participants

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